Anne Perry

23Anne Perry Quotes

British Novelist born on October 12, 1938,

Anne Perry (born 28 October 1938 as Juliet Marion Hulme) is an English author of historical detective fiction, best known for her Thomas Pitt and William Monk series. She was convicted of participating in the murder of her friend's mother in 1954. She changed her name after serving her sentence... (source)

I wonder how often in the past I may have missed the good in people because I pre-judged, based on the differences? view quote

We believe world peace is inevitable. view quote

I am now working on the second WWI story and find the challenge marvelous. view quote

Of course there will be disappointments and the way will not always be as I expected it. But if it seemed easy, then that would be the time to worry that I am on the wrong path. view quote

The great question, is there anything at all which is worth fighting such a war about, with the devastating loss it will bring? I believe yes, there are some freedoms which to sacrifice would be EVEN worse. view quote

Americans sometimes say to me that they have no class system themselves. All human beings have class systems. It can be based on a different thing in a different country, but the thing about breeding is, you can't buy it. You can't buy class. view quote

I did a complete rewrite of 650 pages in two weeks. view quote

I think it's a terrible thing to write and not enjoy it. It's a sad thing. But of course a lot of people do work because they need to eat. And we all need to eat, but that's not the only reason to work. You couldn't have paid me not to write. view quote

I was born in London, England, in 1938, a few months before the war, and spent the first years of my life there, although I was evacuated a couple of times for short periods. My schooling was very interrupted, both by frequent moves and by ill health. view quote

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